Find King County Washington goodwill stores. Goodwill is nonprofit, donation funded retail thrift store chain which provide a variety of community oriented programs, such as employment placement and job training.
Goodwill Auburn 1519 Auburn Way South Auburn WA 98002 253-939-1627
Goodwill Bellevue 14515 Northeast 20th Street Bellevue WA 98007 425-649-2080
Goodwill Bellevue 5115 112th Avenue Southeast Bellevue WA 98006 800-400-9455
Goodwill Burien 1031 Southwest 128th Street Burien WA 98146 206-957-1020
Goodwill Burien 12808 Ambaum Boulevard Southwest Burien WA 98146 206-957-1020
Goodwill Covington 16255 Southeast 256th Street Covington WA 98042 253-307-0547
Goodwill Federal Way 32521 Pacific Highway South Federal Way WA 98003 253-946-0447
Goodwill Issaquah 690 Northwest Juniper Street Issaquah WA 98027
Goodwill Kent 25814 102nd Place Southeast Kent WA 98030 253-856-1430
Goodwill Kent 315 Washington Avenue South Kent WA 98032 253-854-2211
Goodwill Kent 23313 Pacific Highway South Kent WA 98032 206-824-1101
Goodwill Kent 1209 Central Avenue South Kent WA 98032 253-813-3156
Goodwill Kirkland 9826 Northeast 132nd Street Kirkland WA 98034 425-823-7430
Goodwill Kirkland 12221 120th Avenue Northeast Kirkland WA 98034 800-400-9455
Goodwill Maple Valley 27077 Maple Valley-Black Diamond Road Maple Valley WA 98038 425-433-1566
Goodwill Redmond 10707 Cedar Park Crescent Northeast Redmond WA 98053
Goodwill Redmond 15301 Northeast 24th Street Redmond WA 98052 425-649-2080
Goodwill Redmond 8867 161st Avenue Northeast Redmond WA 98052
Goodwill Renton 3210 Northeast Sunset Boulevard Renton WA 98056 425-264-0277
Goodwill Sammamish 22703 Northeast Inglewood Hill Road Sammamish WA 98074
The primary source of revenue for Goodwill agencies comes from sales at the Goodwill stores. Additional revenue sources include grants from private foundations, public grants, and contributions from individuals. Businesses also support the development of job-training and placement programs.
Each local Goodwill agency has its own policies for providing employment assistance. Typically, Goodwill staff will conduct an intake meeting with the individual to gather background information and to select the service that best aligns with the individual's needs.
As a general rule, only items that can be sold are accepted, so goods with significant damage should not be donated. Goodwill also does not accept large appliances, mattresses and pillows, building materials, car parts, firearms, fireworks, hazardous materials, or any baby furniture, toys, or games that do not comply with CPSC safety standards.